Stellaris research_all_technologies Console Command

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research_all_technologies Command

Console command

This command instantly researches all non-repeatable technologies. Add 1 after the command to also research space creatures and crisis technologies. Add an additional amount to research that amount of non-repeatable technologies.

research_all_technologies [Space Creature / Crisis Tech]


Space Creature / Crisis Tech
Optional. Specify `1` to for space creatures and crisis technologies as well


Here are examples of how to use research_all_technologies.

This command will research all non-repeatable technologies that are not space creature or crisis tech.
research_all_technologies 1 0
This command will research all non-repeatable tech, including space creature and crisis tech.
research_all_technologies 1 1
This command will research all technology in the game, including repeatable, creature and crisis tech.
research_all_technologies 0 1
This command will researches all repeatable and non-repeatable technology that isn't creature or crisis tech.
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Quick Overview

The Stellaris command research_all_technologies instantly finishes the research of all non-repeatable technologies in the game for the player, which can give a significant advantage.

If you add the number 1 after this command, it will also include space creature and crisis technologies in the instant research.

This allows the player to shortcut the time needed to research all these technologies, bypassing the normal time-based requirements.

In-Depth Description

The Stellaris command research_all_technologies is a console command that can drastically advance your gameplay.

The command has three variations, depending on whether additional arguments are added.

  1. Without any additions, research_all_technologies allows you, as the player, to instantly complete research on all non-repeatable technologies. Non-repeatable technologies are those that can only be researched once but provide significant advancements to your interstellar empire, such as new building types, better weapons, and improved methods of travel and communication. Typically, the research process for these technologies takes a significant amount of in-game time and resources, but this command bypasses that.

  2. Adding 1 after the command as research_all_technologies 1 grants you instantaneous research on both non-repeatable technologies and additional special technologies that include space creature and crisis technologies. Space creature technologies allow you to interact with or combat various unique entities found in the universe, while crisis technologies are linked to late-game events that can dramatically alter the gaming landscape.

  3. Adding a second number to the command as research_all_technologies 1 5 let you instantly research a particular amount of repeatable technologies, in this example, 5 repeatable technologies in addition to what was mentioned above. Repeatable technologies are those that can be researched indefinitely in the game, providing small incremental bonuses each time they are researched.

This command can be useful for quickly powering up your empire if you are in a situation where you feel your technology is lagging behind others.

How to Open the Command Console

In Stellaris, cheats are executed from the command console, a text box that you type commands into.

To open the command console press the ~(tilde) key, which is typically located under ESC (escape).

If your keyboard does not have that key, or pressing ~ does not work, try the following keys:

  • ~
  • SHIFT + 2
  • SHIFT + 3
  • ALT + 2 + 1

Type your command into the console, and then press ENTER .

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